Improve memory by 28% with cauliflower.
In a recent article in ELS Chemistry, scientists report that cauliflower raises the brain’s production of memory-boosting neurotransmitters.
A study done at the University of Delaware found that drinking two cups of tart cherry juice each day leads to 18% fewer errors made while doing working memory tasks.
The reason for this is thought to do with the fruit’s polyphenols – which improve brain function.
Give your brain a boost with walnuts!
Eating seven walnuts a day can increase focus, short-term memory, and multitasking ability by 45 percent, and also cut dementia risk by 58 percent – thanks to their polyphenols, which help breakdown brain-aging waste.
Improve your memory by eating blackberries.
Canadian research found that the berries sharpen focus and short term memory by 33%, thanks to powerful nutrients like ellagic acid and manganese that improve the brain’s neural connections.
UCLA researchers found that sipping on 4oz of pomegranate juice daily can increase concentration and memory – thanks to the fruit’s ellagic acid, which energizes brain nerves.